IFFM Equality Fashion Show became a night to remember not only because it was a celebrity-studded event but watching these home-grown stars walk the ramp in Melbourne for a good cause was inspiring. Five Indian and International designers' work came together for a silent auction with all proceeds going to Royal Children's Hospital of Melbourne. As for me, I sighed looking at the spectacular creations by Anamika Khanna (one of the participating designers) while Instagram-ing the show :). Not only her, there was Gaurav Gupta, Melbourne-based Indian designer Roopa Pemmaraju, Susan Dimasi and Richard Nylon's work too. It's IFFM's fourth year and the event has becoming bigger and better with each passing year. This year's guest of honour was Anil Kapoor and the show was stopped by none other than Sonam Kapoor. It was a house full as Melbourne's best dressed Indians came flaunting their finest Indian designer wear. And as the theme demanded an Indo-western outfit, I chose to wear my fail-safe lambaadi neckpiece with lace pants and a slouchy sweater. The best part about the show was getting to meet some like-minded Indians who have been working in the fashion Industry for years here. Now I already can't wait to attend IFFM 2016!
P.S Thanks Divya and Erin for making me a part of this unforgettable evening.